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Hello!

I'm Brooke and I'm new to the ASL community. I am not deaf but am somewhat hard of hearing and have APD. After I found out I was autistic I decided to learn sign language as I believe that speaking with my hands as well as my voice would help the frustration of communication. I have learned a bit in the past but am basically starting from scratch and would love any help you guys and gals are willing to offer! If you'd like to chat to practice or just chat, please let me know!

Thanks!

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